Form Imm 5457 - Document Checklist Atlantic High-Skilled Program

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You must print this document, complete it and include it in your application as the cover page.
Gather your documents in the order of the checklist and check
each item. Attach small items such as photos and certified
cheques with a paper clip, otherwise leave documents unbound. Place all documents in a sealed envelope. If your documents
are not in English or French, you must include the English or French translation with a certified copy of the original document,
and an affidavit from the person who completed the translation (if the translation is not provided by a member in good standing
of a provincial or territorial organization of translators and interpreters in Canada). Do not send any additional documents when
submitting your application to the CIO.
Note: If your application lacks any of the documents listed in this checklist, it will be returned to you. If you are unable to
provide any of the requested documentation, please include with your application, a written explanation with full
details as to why that documentation is unavailable and any documentation that would support your claim. Failure
to provide supporting documents in certain circumstances may result in the refusal of your application.
Do not submit originals unless otherwise stated as the documents you submit will not be returned.
You must keep a copy of the completed forms and all documents before sending them to the CIO.
Generic Application Form to Canada (IMM 0008)
Completed and signed by the principal applicant.
Schedule A: Background/Declaration (IMM 5669)
Completed, dated and signed by everyone in the following list:
• the principal applicant
• spouse or common-law partner (whether they are accompanying or not)
• each dependent child over the age of 18 years (whether they are accompanying or not)
Provide your detailed personal history from the last 10 years or since the age of 18, if you are less than 28 years of age. Do
not leave any sections blank, or gaps in time. You must write "n/a" in any sections that are not applicable to your situation.
Include all:
• jobs,
• periods of unemployment,
• study,
• vacations, or
• being a homemaker.
Do not use abbreviations. Do not use general words such as "employee", "working", "manager." Specify your activity such as
retail salesperson, architect, financial manager, etc.
Note: If this section is not accurately completed, it will cause delays in the processing of your application.
Offer of Employment to a Foreign National - Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (IMM 5650)
You must have a job offer for an occupation at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the National Occupation
Classification (NOC) matrix.
Your designated employer should complete this form and provide it to you to submit with your application package.
You must read the declarations and sign the form.
Economic Classes- Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programs (IMM 5501)
Completed and signed by the principal applicant.
Additional Dependants/Declaration (IMM 0008DEP) (if applicable)
Completed, dated and signed by the principal applicant if the applicant has more than five dependants (whether they are
accompanying or not).
This form is made available by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and is not to be sold to applicants.
IMM 5457 (03-2017) E


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